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. it is nbc david gregory takes main stream media arrogance to a new level and showing a large capacity gun clip on air . publishing of names and addresses of gun owners; is that their job? >> i am a man who follows the rule of law. we are not talking about the rule of law anymore. we are talking about endangering our citizens. these laws were written 30 years ago. 30 years ago we didn't have computers and facebook and we didn't have social media and we certainly doesn't have google maps and that's what broke the camem's back on this request. >> the clerk for new york's putnam county standing firm on his position not to release names and addresses of resident in his countiy that have lel pistol permits. he denied the request from the news. they had already shown the names and applications of permit owners in other counties. the action that the paper pulled got a lot of reaction. >> is it it their job or just to make headlines? >> they could be liberal crusaders or deserate for attention by making them famous. >> as they were saying, the notion of public records changes when it translates in
it and this is it the latest example we saw the house vote. and lib ramedia versus gun owners. it isbc david gregory takes main stream media arrogance to a new level and showing a large capacity gun clip on air . publishing of names and addresses of gun owners; is that their job? all next on news watch. [ female announcer ] with the 2-in-1 swiffer sweeper, a great clean doesn't have to take long. i'm done. are you thinking what i'm thinking? ♪ give me just a little more time ♪ okay. all righ oh! [ female announcer ] the 2-in-1 swiffr sweeper uses electrostatic dry cloths to clean better than a broom. and its wet mopping cloths can clean better than a mop in half the time so you don't miss a thing. mom, have you seen my -- hey! hey! he did it. [ female announcer ] swiffer. better clean in half the time. or your money back. >> i am a man who follows the rule of law. we are not talking about the rule of law anymore. we are talking about endangering our citizens. these laws were written 30 years ago. 30 years ago we didn't have computers and facebook and we didn't have social media and we certainly doesn't hav
for ammunition that carries 30 bullets. >> nbc's david gregory takes mainstream media arrogance to a new level, showing off a large capacity gun clip on air. and a new york newspaper publishes the names and addresses of gun owners is that their job? all next on news watch. [ loud party sounds ] hi, i'm ensure clear... clear, huh? i'm not juice or fancy water. i've gotine grams of protein. that's three times more than me! [ female announcer ] ensure clear. nine grams protein. zero fat. in blueberry/pomegranate and peach. hi victor! mom? i know you got to go in a minute but this is a real quick me, that's perfect for two! campbell's chunky beef with country vegetables, poured over rice! [ male announcer ] campbell's chunky soup. it fills you up right. >> i'm a man who follows the rule of law. we're not talking about the rule of law anymore, we're talking about endangering our citizens. these laws were written almost 30 years ago. 30 years ago we didn't have computers, we didn't have facebook, we didn't have social media and we certainly didn't have google maps. i think that's what really broke
truth - are among the hypocrites. nbc's david gregory is the ace of phe ideaaof armed guards at - &pschools. but there are 7 arme guards atthis children's school.on meet the press he broke washington, dc gun laws even aftee dc police denied pprmission to display a banned pas a nationally-syndicated n - washington post columnist whoo argued for guu bans and he said he as justified for handgun - a teenager skinny york journal-news published eww& every registered handduu owner in the surrounding area.. former buuglars say that tells security force. and the reeorter who wrote the story has aanew york city gun permit. as for nbc's david gregory, he shouudn't be prosecuted for breaaing gunnlaw. their argument? he's ot guilty by reason of celebrity.for more on thissstory visit behind the headlines dot net. and followw uu on twitter and facebook.i'm mark hyman. aabig honor forr a maryland marching band..theerole it wwll play at the presidenttal inauguuation onnfox 45 news at fiie
: kristen welker, nbc news, the white house. >>> for now i'm joined by david gregory, mott raider of "meet the press." the honeymoon doesn't happen in the second term but is there a reset point? >> the president was popular in the re-election, he was in a difficult fiscal cliff negotiation where he got the tax increases he wanted. the democrats arenited but he faces such quick battles particularly over the debt and over gun legislation that he'd like to pursue, there isn't much of a reset, not much of a honeymoon because there's a carryover of toxic atmosphere in washington when it comes to getting big things done. >> you covered the white house about two terms of the bush administration. what does the president, what is the hard reality of his second term in. >> well he builds up a lot of political capital with re-election and that's very freeing for a second term president but the calendar is short. you have a limited amount of time to really drive the agenda and the president would like to get big things done from immigration to energy, but he's going to be facing trench warfare with re
a case that you can regulate it because these things cost virtually nothing. even david gregory could find one. we live in a society where we have constitutional rights. secondly, there are millions upon millions of americans who value the rights they have under the second amendment and they are involved in shooting sports or use firearms for self-defense and we think they are going to be hurt. >> that is the president of the nra. we want to see what you think about that issue. our next caller is jennifer from riley, kansas. >> i just want to say that freedom is our right and the government has been taking away all our rights. somebody said earlier, teachers and carrying tasters. i think that is a great idea. legal guns are here and more legal guns there are, the better chance we have to protect ourselves. at least like a team of teachers at all carry guns at the school so that we don't have to make extra budget for it or anything. i think it should be allowed to have guns. we also need to give gun safety. we give training class is to children starting very young. they are dangerous u
>>> i'm david gregory. this is "press pass," your all extra pass. looking at american leadership during another turbulent political time. i'm joined by john meechah out with a new book and executive editor at random house and of course a frequent guest here and is on "meet the press." congratulations on the book. so what i highlighted initially just from the prologue -- and i will get through all of this even if i'm a slow reader, but this is what stood out to me about jefferson. broadly put, philosophers think politicians maneuver. jefferson's genius was that he was both and he could do both often simultaneously such as the art of power. why did you want to look at thomas jefferson through the prism of how to wield power? >> because i think he sent us in the direction of his ideas and his intellectual achievements, his art, his architecture, with his tombstone. one of the great trivia questions in american history is what are the three things, author of the declaration of independence, founder of the university of virginia, that's what he wanted to be remembered for. and for 40
. northrop grumman. >>> i'm david gregory and this is "press pass," an all access pass to an extra "meet the press" conversation. this week a focus on foreign policy. it didn't get much attention in the president's inaugural address, but as his second term is underway, there's certainly a lot of focus on some of the big areas that he will be occupied by when it comes to national security and the world. what are some of the big bets that president obama can make to cement his legacy abroad? joining me is martin indyk of the brookings institution, an assistant secretary of state for president clinton and also the author of "bending history, barack obama's foreign policy." i got to take part in a conversation of big bets, black swans, a presidential briefing where you and the team at brookings write about both some of the real dangers in foreign policy as well as some areas where the president can make an impact if he so chooses. there's a lot to digest including the fact a new secretary of state is going to be presumably confirmed by the senate, john kerry. and yet in the financial times a
from washington is the moderator of nbc's "meet the press," david gregory. good to have you. in terms of the remarks just now, karen said he's making the appeal to the notion of common sense. he put a raft of proposals on the table, but he also made a point to stress mental health protocols, to stress the fact he was going to hollywood on some of this to seem even handed in some of his suggestions. the other thing i thought was notable, he's calling on ordinary, everyday americans to talk to their friends, neighbors, elected representatives. this is part of the new obama playbook, which is activating the grassroots networks. because the american people, as he said, will create this change, if, in fact, it comes to washington. >> you know, the politics are so difficult, and the president just made a nod to that. there's a reason why there was this period in american politics where gun control was not on the table at all, it's because mostly the democratic party decided they didn't want to wage this war anymore, because they felt they simply couldn't win it. the president is acknowledgi
press." >>> i'm david gregory and this is "press pass," an extra meet the press kvrgs. i'm pleased to be joined by former top commander in afghanistan. he's written a new memoir with america's take on war and career. his book is "my share of the task" and he joins me now. general x e, good to have you here. >> thanks for having me. >> i want to ask you about the book. part of what you discuss are leadership lessons you learned from previous commanders that you would like to pass onto future commanders. you are part of a generation of military leadership that is now experienced two wars in the past decade. how has that changed the military? how has it changed how wars will be fought? >> it changed it pretty dramatically, the military. i entered in '72 and outlined in my story i had a sort of forrest gump-like experience. much of that culminated after 9/11. many changes has begun before but after 9/11 we got it in perspective. and then we were forced to change again dramatically because the military we created had some good foundations, we had corrected many of the things that had er
-term presidents. lester? >> kristen welker tonight, thank you. for more i'm joined by david gregory, moderator of "meet the press." david, four years ago we were talking about the honeymoon period, that clearly isn't happening this time, but is there a reset here? >> the president was popular in the re-election. he wanted tax increases for the wealthy, he got those. his party is united but he faces a very difficult environment in washington and immediately after this inauguration, he is back in the brew of a fight over the debt and the fight over the gun legislation that he wants so it's a pretty toxic atmosphere here. >> you covered both terms of the second bush -- of the bush administration. what is the hard reality of a second term for a president? >> time moves quickly. you feel good. you put in the people you want. you have a different attitude of what you can accomplish. you don't have to run. you don't have to campaign anymore, and realize the window is short. the president's got big goals whether it's energy, immigration and he's in the trench warfare yet with republicans with a series
. and david gregory, moderator of "meet the press" and might add former chief white house correspondent. david, we'll start with you. this speech was not short on specifics. in fact, it was unusual for the number of specifics, and a speech of its kind. what stuck out at you? >> a shorter speech, but a lot of substance there. here you have a president talking about the need for economic restoration, but he's got a theory of the case. he's talking about lifting up the middle class. a robust defense of a progressive vision of what government ought to do, defending medicare and social security. he'll make modifications, but in this era of budget cutting, he doesn't want to go too far, that's the case he made. and i wrote it down. he wants to tackle gun violence, advance gay rights, marriage equality, tackle climate change and immigration. and this was just the inaugural address. we understand there's more to come, of course, in the state of the union. all of this against a difficult backdrop where there is going to be trench warfare over the budget. this is a confident president who wants to get a
's family, and michelle obama and their children, sasha and malia will be at his side. to david gregory, monday's fights will be the same as friday's fights. but does he deposit for political capital here today? >> i think he does. he's very confident, a second-term president. i think a lot of what we'll hear tomorrow, lester, is about economic restoration. he came into office amid financial ruin. he really wants to lead that restoration and has argued that he needs a second term to accomplish that. people want to see jobs. they want to see economic growth. that's really going to occupy a lot of his time. >> david gregory, thanks. the president about to step into the blue room at the white house followed by chief justice roberts and his family. this will be very businesslike. we don't expect any remarks before or after. and here comes the chief justice now. and we should see the president stepping in momentarily along with his family and a very few invited guests. again, it will be a very businesslike, formal and official swearing-in of the president for his second term. let's watch and
. david gregory, moderator of "meet the press," nbc news white house correspondent kristen welker and justice correspondent pete williams. a loot going on all fronts. denis mcdonough, and news out of the white house on the secret service skrefgs in cart hana. >> that's right. andrea, well, i'll first start with the breaking news. according to a source from the hill and also law enforcement source the inspector general has finished its report on the secret service scandal and specifically the secret service's own investigation into that scandal. we are told that that report will be sent to the hill a little later on today. it includes the agency did implement proper reforms. that is what we are being told at this point in time, but, again, andrea, this is developing. there are a lot of moving parts. we will undoubtedly learn more as the day goes on. in terms of denis mcdonough, president obama did announce today that denis mcdonough will become his new chief of staff. he is one of the president's most trusted aides, most recently serving as the deputy national security advisor, but
for president in four years. david gregory will weigh in. >> i thought we would get a few weeks rest. >> no rest for the weary. >> continuous campaign >>> another reversal of fortune for casey anthony to tell you about. two years ago her murder trial riveted the country ending in a dramatic acquittal. a new twist for the 20-year-old involving her finances >>> the countdown to super bowl sunday, we have a sneak peek at some of the commercials. is it a smart way to build up anticipation or sometimes too much too soon? we'll get into that >>> the controversy over the subway foot long sandwiches that weren't a foot long. some people even filed lawsuits. has the company made good as it promised. we'll hit the streets and take an unscientific look. >> hoda kotb is here out with a best-selling book. she even reads it herself. about people overcoming adversity. >> she is reading while we are doing the news. hey. looking forward to chatting with hoda coming up. >>> first, let's get the latest on the winter weather. stephanie abrams is tracking the storm, filling in for dylan. good to see you. >> good mor
's second term. until then, have a good afternoon, i'm david gregory in washington. >>> it has been dubbed the most technologically advanced airliner in the skies, but this morning, new concerns as federal officials announce an investigation into boeing 787 dreamliner, hear how boeing is responding. >>> that didn't stop the celebration as san jose welcomed its first dreamliner flight this morning. what the new flight means for silicon valley, you're watching nbc bay area news. >>> good morning, and thanks for being with us, i'm lara. >>. and john kelly is off today. it has been a different start to the year for boeing 787 dreamliner, first an electrical fire on the tarmac at boston's logan international airport. then a fuel link on another plane a day later. and overnight, cracks forming in the windshield of a 787 in flight during a flight over japan. this morning, the faa announcing it is opening an investigation into the aircraft. and how it is made. that announcement comes as silicon valley welcomes its first dreamliner to the san jose airport. >> it arrived after 9:00 a.m. and in less
, and t the-- it blasts nbc news anchor david gregory as being sort of elitist and a hypocrite. what do you think, kirsten? >> well, i mean, the ad probably -- they're trying to this take approach anybody who wants to have gun laws is elitist, and it's a false paradigm that the nra is setting up. they need a new pr director, just for starters, because they're not doing a good job communicating their view. it's not elitism. people have different views about gbs and people have different views of whether you need to have a weapon that can fire 60 rounds in a minute or not. whatever you call it. getting the terminology right isn't the point. the point is that there are a lot of americans who think you don't need to have that. >> jon: next on news watch, some big time failings of the news media on display. >> look what mommy's having, mommy's having a french fry, yes, she is, yes, she is. >> in every little bottle. gives you 1% cash back on all purchases, plus a 50% annual bonus. and everyone but her likes 50% more cash, but i have an idea. do you want a princess dress? yes. cupcakes? yes.
. >> jon: and then the nra ad that came out this week, and t the-- it blasts nbc news anchor david gregory as being sort of elitist and a hypocrite. what do you think, kirsten? >> well, i mean, the ad probably -- they're trying to this take approach anybody who wants to have gun laws is elitist, and it's a false paradigm that the nra is setting up. they need a new pr director, just for starters, because they're not doing a good job communicating their view. it's not elitism. people have different views about gbs and people have different views of whether you need to have a weapon that can fire 60 rounds in a minute or not. whatever you call it. getting the terminology right isn't the point. the point is that there are a lot of americans who think you don't need to have that. >>>>>>>>>>>> what can we do with a brand new year, and a room that needs refreshing? we can work with a new collection of carpet that proves durable can be softer than ever. we can get for less and spread that softness even further. turns out, we can do even more than we thought we could. because this is the year of do
the things he was outlining on sunday with david gregory, now the system is full, and it will be hard to do those. >> we'll see you a bit on "morning joe". >> have a lucky 2013. >>> the markets have been keeping close tabs on the action in washington. the last-minute deal on the fiscal chief, is it enough to calm concerns on wall street and beyond around the world? the man with the answer, steve sedgwick is live with us now in london. steve? >> very good day to you. these markets had been on the back foot. we had fallen for five straight sessions before hopes for a deal. on the 31st we saw substantial gains for the dow, nasdaq and the s&p 500. the s&p had a terrific year, up over 13%. leading the way was the high beater sect, it moves the most in line with the market, that was the financials which had a big over 25% rally. we had a bit of a rally on the back of it. the question remains were the markets going follow through on today's trading. the asian markets have been up. european markets are going great guns to the upside. the u.s. markets, they look like they might be opening around the
will be sitting down with david gregory on "meet the press" tomorrow to talk about the future of the republican party. that's tomorrow at 10:30 here on nbc4. >>> starting tomorrow, you might have to pay more for using plastic. retailers argue since they have to pay a fee for every transaction, they should be allowed to pass that fee along to the consumer. if there is a fee they must disclose it at the register or on their website. it is up to each individual business to decide and many large retailers say they have no plans to actually charge a fee. >>> snail mail will cost you more starting tomorrow. the postal service is raising the cost of a first class stamp to 46 cents. other shipping prices are going up by 4%. they are trying to make up for billions in lost revenue thanks toe mail and other technology. >>> he's considered a rising hip hop star and tonight kendrick lam lamar performs on snl. >>> and the deep freeze continues in parts of >>> burt reynold on his way to recovery after reportedly having a bad case of the flu. he was put in intensive care unit because of dehydration but his rep
. [ laughter ] when you is saw david gregory have the high capacity magazine clip? we thought about, that's it i'm coming in in a tank. i'll show this guy. >> we thought about a bazooka. >> jon: we appreciate you being there. "face the nation" airs sunday rningsmornings
disagree respectfully because when you look at what's getting attention. david gregory bringing an empty clip on "meet the press." alex jones on to cnn and newspapers publishing the addresses of gun owners in the front page. so, that's what's getting attention. i read "the post" and read those stories and they're all around in the press, but ne'er not getting attention because it's the circus on the television. >> those stories are part of the larger story. >> true. >> they should be the larger story. >> it raises the attention of the larger issue, as well. >> we're going to come back to some of those very incidents that you mentioned, robert. let me come back to keli on this issue. went basically hay wire over vice president biden saying the possibility of executive orders. as if this meant that the government would send out agents to start confiscating guns. >> right. well, to be clear, i think we all know that sean hannity goes crazy when there's something mentioned in terms of executive orders. >> he wasn't the only one. every conservative website raised the specter of averting the c
auction away from the gun control discussions away from newtown and david gregory, a friend of the show, asked the president what are your four biggest things that you want to achieve, the president ticked off four things, immigration, climate control, steve knows the other two off the top of his head answered did not say gun control. david gregory said what about gun control? he said, yes, that, too. can we taking any from that? 20 children murdered in newtown and even that can't get us off the ball, so nothing will? >> i thought that was a mixed message there on the one hand, if you're really going to prioritize something as president, you have limited bandwidth, limited opportunities to say this is what i'm focused on. really going to prioritize something, you have to volunteer it put it food, the top of your lists, burn time you could be spending on other things, holding convenients to focus on that issue. an example he had to be prompted, didn't bring it up. the other hand, he really seemed to have been genuinely shattered by this event. >> yeah. >> he has referred to it as the wor
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ryan sat down for his first talk show appearance since the election. the congressman told david gregory that it is premature to talk about whether he will run for president in 2016. >> i represent wisconsin and i am chairman of the budget committee. i think i can do my job representing the people i work for by focusing on that right now than focusing on these distant things. >>> a new anti-chuck hagel ad has popped up. the ad is from a conservative group called americans for strong defense. at least five other groups from the right and left are a organizing to block hagel's nomination. the president out on tuesday. republican congressman paul ryan said both parties are waiting on the president. >> the question many of us are asking, is he looking to play politics or does he want to solve the problem? we don't know the answer to that yet. we know there are a late of democrats in kwg who want to solve this problem, fix this mess and many of us agree with that. >> white house correspondent peter alexander joining me live. on tuesday can we expect to hear from the president about actual leg
with health problems, plan to attend. >> for more, let's bring in david gregory. tomorrow, the president will deliver his inaugural address. the first time around we typically hear optimistic, loft lofty, ideal speeches. what do you expect him to say tomorrow? >> i think he wants to talk about restoration of the american economy. i think about the first inaugural address and how crisis laden the times were because of the crisis that was defining his initial work in his first term. it came to dominate his first term. now, i think he will talk about restoration, sunnier days ahead and how the united states reaches those goals. he does that against the back drop of such a divided washington. a lot of republicans are not in town or attending, because they don't want to show bad form by challenging him in any way during his inauguration. nev nevertheless, whether it is guns or debts, he faces that. >> given the reality of the past four years, would you expect a different barack obama going forward, one who will flex his muscles for willingly? >> i think we're seeing that. i think -- i don't k
next, the chris matthews show. >> that is followed by meet the press with david gregory. here's a look at what they're both working on this morning. >> good morning, washington. coming up on the chris matthews show. if the preside the two democrats most likely to take the oath are looking on, hillary clinton and joe biden. her testimony on benghazi, the confidence that a president should show. for his part, vice president biden has had a huge last few weeks. biden swoent say he's rolling it out and hillary is cagey. even if the president inaugural address was aggressively liberal as supporters say, are republicans now boxed in? join me and chuck todd, parker, kelly o'donnell and chris paetz for a great roundtable. find out what's up on "meet the press." here's david gregory. >> good morning, angie and chris. coming up, i go one-on-one with the 2012 vice presidential nominee, paul ryan. it's his first live interview since the campaign ended. we'll cover a lot of ground including the spending fights ahead on capitol hill. he'll be an influential voice in all of that as chairman of the ho
in david gregory and tom brokaw as well. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> his goal has been to get a second term. mission accomplished now. how high will this president set his goals for the second term? how high should he? >> economic restoration, comes into office amid financial ruin of the country. he understands the public wants to get back to work, wants the country to grow again economically. everything flows from that. that's what we're starting to hear again today. it's four years but much less than that, if you think about that. >> it start with his that, fiscal responsibility, debt and spending. it goes to gn control, immigration, perhaps some action on climate control. that's a very big wish list. what's the chance that he gets a little piece of all of that? >> i don't know whether he will get a piece of all that. at the end of the day, we'll know more after his inaugural speech. my guess is, based on what wooif been told, we'll hear more prose than poetry and a lot of it will be addressed to the middle class because they are the forgotten part of the american eco
needs to blow through this. >> joining us now is a moderator of "meet the press" david gregory. david, i wonder what you made of what jared just said, which is this contention by the president that the american people do not want the country's financial rating to be held hostage effectively, and he is betting against the republican notion that americans really do want to fight over the debt ceiling. >> well, a couple of points. i don't know that they've arrived at a bedrock strategy yet. i think it's very clear the president does not want to have these protracted fights over the debt ceiling because you have something that's so damaging if you can't reach an agreement and both sides ultimately know they have to get to some level of resolution so it becomes such a bad way to negotiate. the president institutionally would love to either get control of that, which he is unlikely to get, or to just make it a separate issue and then let them -- himself included -- all debate the deficit independent of raising the debt ceiling. he is making an argument. he is appealing directly to the american
's budget and one of the biggest advocates for the cuts, congressman paul ryan will be joining david gregory on "meet the press" later this morning. he chairs the house budget committee snd is pushing for changes to social security and medicare. the former vice presidential nominee will sit down for an exclusive interview today. he will be discussing the budget battle as well as the future of the republican petr. you can catch meet the press on nbc4. >>> friends and colleagues will say goodbye to a gallaudet university professor who died in a fire. she and her daughter died wednesday morning in a house fire in falls church of. both were deaf. snyder gardner taught math at gallaudet university. she helped to coach the girl's soccer team at the model secondary school on gallaudet's campus. the memorial service is in the he will stad auditorium at 2:30 this afternoon. >>> this morning a virginia man in his 80s is recovering from burn injuries after he tried to put out a massive house fire with a bucket of water. cell phone video shows the intense fire broke out last night at a million dollar ho
, the moderator of "meet the press," david gregory and the ceo of whole foods, john mackey will be here. up next, "the politico playbook." first, bill karins. bill, it is winter. you're going to tell us it's going to get cold. this is a real bulletin. >> yeah, almost like armstrong's confession, right? couldn't see that one coming. yes, you do need to be prepared for it. and this morning there's one slippery spot out there after the snow in virginia and income new york, watch out for black ice. cape cod got clipped by a little snow. you may see flurries in new york city, philadelphia during the day, pennsylvania and definitely near buffalo. but the big story is what's going to happen the end of this weekend into the beginning of next week. we're in a mild weather pattern right now. it lasts today, tomorrow. by the time we get to next week, a huge plunge of cold air just blasts down from canada all the way through the northern plains, great lakes, ohio valley and into the northeast. here's your forecast today. a beautiful day. enjoy it while it lasts. this is the last warm day you'll see for a lo
that use eight bullets in a home invasion? >> and they're not arresting david gregory. like all other obama rules, the gun rules do not apply to dianne feinstein and david gregory. when colin ferguson shot up, he stopped and reloaded, it doesn't stop a multiple victim public shooter, you can bring lots of guns. by the way, they're law breakers and might have an extra magazine capacity on them. and it's the person at home who needs the extra capacity magazine. >> sean: i've got to run. we have a special investigative report i can't tell you about now, coming up later this week on hannity. and next, we have two former navy seals and sent them to see "zero dark thirty," their reaction to what liberals claim is a fallacy that enhanced interrogation in fact led to bin laden. they're going to set the record straight on "zero dark thirty" and a rich rapper who happens to have 11 kids, ten different mothers and we brought you this insane story last week. the soon to be reality star says he knows how he ended up fathering nearly a dozen kids. you will not believe his answer. you have to hear it to b
's check with david gregory for a look at what's coming up on "meet the press." >>> this rng montmorning, an ex interview with colin powell. our political round table weighs in on the upcoming fights in washington as well. all coming up on "meet the press" this morning. >> david, thanks. >> that's going to do it for us, i guess. >> it is. have a great day! i'll see you later on nbc newtly news. until then, so long. here you go little man. [ humming ] [ babbling ] the cheerios bandit got you again? [ both laugh ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> good morning. kris sanchez. one for the history beeks. colin kaepernick in his first play-off win. >>> plus, reported attendance for a gun show on the peninsula. thousands more people expected to show up this morning. we'll show you what sellers say are going fast. >>> and freezing temperatures all across the bay area. this is the frost that greeted us just this morning. "today in the bay" starts right now. >> announcer: from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning.
to talk with david gregory about chuck hagel but also bringing up the gop intolerance that he has witnessed and what he feels like exists now in d.c. take a listen. >> i think the republican party right now is having an identity problem. and i'm still a republican. i think what the republican party needs to do now is take a very hard look at itself and understand that the country has changed. the country is changing demographically. and if the republican party does not change along with the demographic, they're going to be in trouble. >> andrea, over the last 24 hours what's the reaction been in washington, d.c. to colin powell and what his thoughts are about the gop and the future? >> you know, colin powell does not do many interviews and he went on with david gregory to make the points about chuck hagel but also knowing he would be asked these questions because it's been very much on people's minds. where is the. party going? and i'm taking back to 2000 when i was covering the republican convention in philadelphia and colin powell gave his speech and at the time he was at the he
," david gregory, had an exclusive interview with colin powell there to make the case for chuck hagel. one thing about taking the step back if you will about this week and what we're seeing with the president in this cabinet. there is no equivocation when it comes to placating the washington establishment. he is doing what he wants, regardless -- there is no gates, no hillary. everything else the first four years was about keeping washington in check. not this time. >> presidents have a way of getting re-elected and deciding how about i do what i want to do. how about i choose who i'm comfortable with. and they have extra confidence that they can do that. and they should be able to do it. and -- >> there is sort of -- you know, it's -- by the way, it's also why they've had this diversity issue a little bit, not thinking about that. >> it doesn't explain why he didn't stand behind susan rice. if that was really his view. he's choosing the fight over hagel, in part i'm sure because he gave up on susan rice. why didn't he do it for her? >> it's possible he never was for susan the way others w
-described republican, told david gregory, the party immediate to figure out where it is heading. >> there's also a dark -- a dark vein of intolerance in some parts of the party. what do i mean by that? >> what i mean by that is they still sort of look down on minorities. how can i evidence that? when i see a former governor say that the president is shucking and jiving, that's a racial era slave term. when i see another former governor after the president's first debate where he didn't do very well says that the president was lazy. he didn't say he was slow, he was tired, he didn't do well. he said he was lazy. now, it may not mean anything to most americans, but to those of us who are african-americans, the second word is shiftless, and then there's a third long that goes along with it. birther, the whole birther movement. why do senior republican leaders tolerate this kind of discussion within the party? i think the party has to take a look at itself. >> former u.s. ambassador and republican presidential candidate john huntsman is now a national co-leader of no labels, the movement that look at how t
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